John Rusnak: pleaded guilty to bank fraud, and served nearly six years of prison term. Photograph: Algerina Perna/Baltimore Sun

AIB has won approval in a US court to pursue a $500 million fraud claim against Citigroup, which the bank alleges helped so-called rogue trader John (...)

IAG last week formally announced its offer for Aer Lingus, valuing the airline at €1.4 billion

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) must wait until July 15th to find out if the European Commission will approve its €1.4 billion offer (...)

IAG last week formally announced its offer for Aer Lingus, valuing the airline at €1.4 billion

IAG has said Spain’s Banco Santander has agreed to join with other banks to provide the aviation giant with a €1.4 billion loan to help it fund its pr(...)

Morgan Stanley is leading the group of banks said to be ready to supply Uber with $2bn in credit.

Uber is negotiating a $2 billion credit line from a group of Wall Street banks, according to a source. Uber, the car-booking company that has disrup(...)

Traditional big lenders in the US say they are pulling back due to tighter regulatory regime. Photograph: Thinkstock

Non-bank lenders have overtaken US banks to grab a record slice of government-backed mortgages, after regulatory curbs on risk-taking and billions of(...)

Deutsche Bank is studying the potential impact of Britain’s exit from the European Union on the firm’s business in the country and weighing options th(...)

ECB chief Mario Draghi said quantitative easing will continue until there’s sustained improvement in inflation. Photograph: Thierry Charlier/AFP/Getty Images

The Iseq in Dublin advanced by 1 per cent yesterday while UK stocks climbed to a 2008 high. The FTSE 100 in London added 0.3 per cent, as did the bro(...)

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TODAY Meetings: Holcim agm (Zurich) TOMORROW Results: Google; Intel; Kuehne + Nagel. Meetings: Business Expo 2015 (Westcourt Hotel, Dro(...)

France’s BNP Paribas chairman says the record $8.9bn fine imposed on the euro zone’s biggest bank by assets for US sanctions violations last year was a “wake-up call” . Photograph: Kosuke Okahara/Bloomberg

Banks can no longer afford a “too narrow, legalistic approach” to complying with rules because “the world has changed” and they need to clean up their(...)

 US rating firm Standard & Poor’s said February 3, 2015 it had agreed to pay $1.37 billion to settle lawsuits that it overrated mortgage bonds at the heart of the “subprime” housing crisis. S&P said it had not admitted to any legal violations in the settlements, which resolve 2013 lawsuits filed by the US Department of Justice, 19 states and the District of Columbia. Under a separate settlement with California pension fund CalPERS over mortgage deals, the company will pay $125 million. S&P said it would pay $687.5 million to the Justice Department and $687.5 million to the states and Washington, DC. (Photograph: Emmanuel DunandEMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Standard and Poor’s $1.5 billion settlement with the US Justice Department, more than a dozen states and the biggest US pension fund today will let t(...)